It didn't take long before the lunch crowd realized their was a foreigner eating there also.
We traveled into the city and "climbed a hill" (about a 30 minute walk up stairs) to see the "entire city"
Oh yes, and the glass bridge. Well, I would really call it a glass walkway because it wasn't very long. I'm sure it would have been a little more dramatic if we could tell exactly ow high up we were, but we got the picture anyways :) I still want to go to the actual glass bridge. If you don't know, google it. It looks so fun :)
On the way back down :)
We headed back to the house. Benjamin and Xiao Jun ended up being bus buddies. She said that she didn't know he could be so talkative :)
Again, we needed to ride to the highest peak. I thought we were high up on the first day. IT didn't compare to this mountain. At the end of the day, we had climbed 120 flights of stairs AFTER getting off the sky tram. It was pretty crowded to start with. Many in our group wanted to walk/climb really fast. My knee was hurting from the day before and I wasn't sure if I could go that fast. So our group was a little more spread out this day...half of my kids are in the front of the group (so other people's pictures) and the others were near the back with me. Hudson was a trooper. He climbed ALL the steps on both days. Although the second day all we heard was "I've seen it. Can we go home now?" :) haha!
Since I had spent the day basically without a single picture on the mountain with this sweet girl, we took one in line for the sky tram. She also showed me this souvenir that our friend bought for her. They took her picture on the mountain then wrote her name in rainbow colors at the top and laminated it. She was one excited girl.
This was all of my kids favorite day! We all got to help bring in the rice harvest!
A stream nearby the house.
I know it was a lot of pictures, but we really did so much last week! I didn't want to leave anything out! I think we are finally recovered and rested up from the trip. :)